A website dedicated to chronicling the lives, injuries, and money lost due to a lack of critical thinking. Woah. Is it just me or is there is somethink kind of creepy about assembling this kind of website?
Wow, I will reserve judgement on the creepiness for the moment and just say thank you for the link.
Well, there certainly are creepier pastimes. But exposing the inherent danger in these alternative methods is still a worthwhile cause.
Collecting “anything” is a little bit odd, a little obsessive-compulsive, but still fairly common.
But if you are going to collect “something”, then quantified anecdotes of lunacy seems a pretty good choice.
It is creepy. But i’m glad it’s there.
Yep, that website is way creepy.
Dave, where would I place this article?http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,316322,00.html or this one:
Just wondering since I want to disprove your belief by posting articles of crazy sh-t that people do.
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